Director: Naji Bechara, Caoimhe Clancy, Iseult Imbert

82 mins, Ireland, 2016, Digital

This film screened 28th September 2016.

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Free-spirited Meg thinks she has everything she wants, a great job and an exciting social life. But things are suddenly turned upside-down when she finds herself needing the one thing that she least expected – a baby. With the clock running out before she hits 40, it’s a race against time to find an uncomplicated man to make a perfect baby. With the help of lesbian neighbours and an ever-pregnant sister, Meg sifts through Dublin’s most eligible baby-daddies, determined to find the perfect ‘Randomer’ to fulfill her quest. Based on a script by Gerry Stembridge, this is a refreshing, modern Irish comedy about women, sex, love and procreation.

This screening will be followed by a Q&A with the directors.

A production of the Filmbase Masters in Digital Feature Film Making Course 2016.

Also screening:


Lily, a girl with a secret on the cusp of becoming a young woman, is faced with the greatest challenge of her young life.

Directed by Graham Cantwell. Produced by of the Filmbase Masters in Digital Feature Film Making Course

Winner: Tiernan MacBride award for best short drama at the Galway Film Fleadh 2016.

20 mins / colour/ digital

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